20 November (7 November O.S.):
- AMARAND, an abbot of Moissac who became bishop of Albi. He reposed circa 700.
- AMARANTHUS, a third century martyr venerated in Albi.
- BLINLIVET (BLEVILEGUETUS), a ninth century saint who was the twenty-fifth Bishop of Vannes in Brittany.
- CUMGAR (CONGAR, CYNGAR), born in Devon, most likely in the sixth century, he founded monasteries in Budgworth, Congresbury in Somerset and in Llangennith in Wales. He was buried in Congresbury which was named after him.
- FLORENTIUS OF STRASBOURG, an Irishman who went to Alsace, settling near Haselac, where he built a monastery. About the year 678 he became Bishop of Strasbourg, where he founded another monastery dedicated to St Thomas. He reposed circa 693.
- GEBETRUDE (GERTRUDE), the third Abbess of Remiremont, she reposed circa 675.
- GERTRUDE OF REMIREMONT, a granddaughter of St. Romaricus (8th December), who became a nun and succeeded her aunt as abbess of the convent of Saint-Mont near Remiremont. She reposed circa 690.
- HERCULANUS, (also 1st March), a bishop of Perugia who was beheaded by soldiers of Totila of the Ostrogoths in 549.
- PROSDOCIMUS, the first bishop of Padua, he reposed circa 100.
- RAVERRANUS, a bishop of Séez who reposed in 682.
- RUFUS OF METZ, an early bishop of Metz. He served that See for some twenty-nine years before reposing circa 400.
- TREMORUS, a sixth century saint who was the infant son of St. Triphina (5th July) who was murdered in Carhaix in Brittany by his stepfather, Count Conmore. He is the patron saint of Carhaix.
- WILLIBRORD (CLEMENT), a native of Northumbria who went, first to Ireland, and then circa 690 to Friesland in the company of eleven other monks from England. Six years later he was consecrated bishop with the name of Clement, founding his Cathedral in Utrecht. His work with the Frisians bore much fruit, as also in Heligoland and Denmark. Reposing in 739, his relics were enshrined at the monastery of Echternach, which he had founded as well in 698.
* - Prior to the Schism the Patriarchate of Rome was Orthodox and fully in communion with the Orthodox Church. As Saint John of Shanghai and San Francisco +1966 said "The West was Orthodox for a thousand years, and her venerable Liturgy is far older than any of her heresies."